Pedagogy of Robotics in the Social Professions in Europe
Sociale robotter har potentiale til at ændre vores samfund på flere måder. Deltag på dette symposium arrangeret af Holstebro Kommune og VIA University College Denmark og bliv præsenteret for en række undervisningsressourcer til social- og sundhedspersonale udviklet af internationale forskere, der er involveret i ProSPEro-projektet.
Dette event foregår på engelsk
Social robots have the potential to change our society in multiple ways. Soon they might inform our identity and self-understanding and ways of interacting. How do we create exciting education for our students at the social professions, engaging the students in critical and innovative thinking about the potentials and limitations of social robotics, working with and alongside the robots? At this symposium, we are happy to present and test a series of teaching resources for social- and health-care professionals developed by international researchers engaged in the ProSPEro project.
|Check-in and Coffee/Tea & croissant
|Presentation of program and speakers
Hans Jørgen Niewald, Head of center, Sociality and Health, Center for Social intervention, Holstebro Municipalicy & Dr. Karin Christiansen, Senior Associate Professor, Research Centre for Health and Welfare Technology, VIA University College.
|Prospero EU-project – in pictures and words
Dr. John Pender, Senior Lecturer and Dr. Perry Share, Senior Lecturer, Joint Programme PRoSPEro Coordinators, IT-Sligo, Ireland.
|Teaching with and alongside robots
Dr.ir. Dennis Reidsma, Associate Professor, University of Twente.
|How to teach robotics and ethics – in a playful manner
Dr. Vivi Friis Søgaard, Associate Professor, Silkeborg School of Nursing, VIA University College & Mads Lund Andersen, Associate Professor, School of Psychomotor Therapy, VIA University College. Members of Centre for Health and Welfare Technology, VIA.
|The Challenges of Using Social Robotics in Dementia Care.
Fergus Timmons, External Learning and Development Manager at The Alzheimer Society of Ireland & Mary Hickey, Day Care Manager at Alzheimer Society of Ireland.
|Lunch and entertainment – The Odin Theatre
|Teaching resource – teaching social robots to social and health professionals.
Dr. Perry Share.
|Testing the teaching resource – workshops (and coffee break)
|A glimpse into the future: PRoSPEro 2.0?
Dr. John Pender & Dr. Perry Share.